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Chinese and Japanese ships have faced off in the waters off the Diaoyu Islands for three consecutive months

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China
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Published Dec 11, 2023

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Chinese and Japanese ships have had confrontations in the waters around the disputed Diaoyu Islands, with the latest incident occurring on December 9. China Coast Guard reported that Japanese fishing vessel "Tsurumaru" and several patrol boats entered the Diaoyu Islands on Saturday, prompting Chinese Coast Guard to take necessary control measures and warn them to leave. The Japanese government's public opinion survey released on December 8 showed that more than 78.4% of Japanese expressed concern about the Senkaku Islands, possibly attributed to the increasing attention due to Chinese Coast Guard ships repeatedly entering the waters near the Senkaku Islands.
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(Beijing/Tokyo Comprehensive News) Following the confrontations in October and November, Chinese and Japanese ships faced off again this month in the waters around the disputed Diaoyu Islands. China Coast Guard reported on Sunday (December 10) that Coast Guard spokesperson Gan Yu said that the Japanese fishing vessel "Tsurumaru" and several patrol boats entered the Diaoyu Islands (known as the Senkaku Islands in Japan) on Saturday (9) In nearby waters, the Chinese Coast Guard took necessary control measures and warned them to leave. Gan Yu said that Japan has no right to make irresponsible remarks when Chinese coast guard ships carry out maritime rights protection and law enforcement activities in relevant waters. "We urge Japan to immediately stop all illegal activities in the waters and ensure that similar incidents do not happen again." According to Japan's Kyodo News Agency, two vessels from the China Coast Guard entered the waters surrounding the Senkaku Islands on Saturday ...
Source: Zaobao
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